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FFH #1 in Sales - Again
Posted 05 July 2017 - 04:13 PM
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Posted 05 October 2017 - 04:50 PM
The FFH was #1 again in September with 6,326 sold, more than triple the number of Camrys. FFH sales so far for 2017 are more than double that of 2016.
Posted 06 October 2017 - 10:17 AM
It would be nice If they had more current info.
Posted 07 October 2017 - 03:13 PM
"A Prius is a Prius". Group all 3 models (NOT including the plug-in) and it's an easy win for Prius.
September 2017 Toyota Prius (Liftback/V/C) 7437 total Ford Fusion Hybrid 6326 totalOK. On second look the Prius C looks like a toy. Pull it out (I think I could lift it)
September 2017 Toyota Prius (Liftback/V) 6487 total Ford Fusion Hybrid 6326 total
Edited by stlouisgeorge, 07 October 2017 - 03:16 PM.
Posted 03 November 2017 - 03:29 PM
I'm going to go way way out on a limb (1/8")..
"A Prius is a Prius". Group all 3 models (NOT including the plug-in) and it's an easy win for Prius.September 2017 Toyota Prius (Liftback/V/C) 7437 total Ford Fusion Hybrid 6326 totalOK. On second look the Prius C looks like a toy. Pull it out (I think I could lift it)September 2017 Toyota Prius (Liftback/V) 6487 total Ford Fusion Hybrid 6326 total
I won't lump in Prius V, it's competitor would be the CMAX so you could add CMAX to FFH and they would still be more than all Prius.
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Posted 04 November 2017 - 04:15 PM
I see a lot of rental fleets use Fusions rather than Toyotas.
I'd like to see the numbers without the fleet sales...
Posted 05 November 2017 - 11:58 AM
I wonder how much of the TCH tank is due to the FMC and the related FUD - and how much was due to the RAV4 replacing. Based on the auto mag tests, the '18 TCH is a remarkable improvement - particularly in the substantially lesser degree of space / utility compromise it demands. It also got a thorough beating by the Toyota ugly stick (aka their design language) - as did the Prius - so one wonders how much of a role that played as well.
I hope Ford does a better job packaging/integrating the hybrid components with the FMC that's upcoming. The luggage space compromise, particularly in the Energi variant, is a decided negative. relative to the competition.
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